UNO Visiting Artist and Resident Sculptor Showcases His Work at Whitney White Linen Night

UNO Visiting Artist and Resident Sculptor Aaron McNamee is showcasing a solo show of work.

His show, “Between the Pages” opens on Saturday, August 4, also known in New Orleans as Whitney White Linen Night, when thousands of residents and tourists flock to Julia Street in the city's Warehouse District to tour art galleries, while enjoying a cocktail or tasty tidbit or two. The show runs Saturday, August 4 through Saturday, September 24 at Heriard Cimino Gallery, 440 Julia Street, New Orleans.
McNamee, who received a Master of Fine Arts degree from UNO, is a master sculptor and New Orleans resident.  Last year, he created a minimalist sculpture exhibit entitled "Classified" featuring 400 lbs. of newsprint from The Times-Picayune.
Founded in 1997 by Robert Heriard and Jeanne Cimino, Heriard-Cimino Gallery is known for showcasing nationally established mid-career artists. The gallery showcases abstract, figurative and conceptual bodies of work that include painting, photography and installations demonstrating an underlying poetic nature, according to the gallery's website. Prominent Louisiana artists showcase their work side by side with New York and Miami-based artists in this gallery, where artists can display a distinctive personal vision. Heriard-Cimino Gallery exhibitions have been covered by Art in America, Art Papers and other major art publications.
To learn more, visit the Gallery's website.